Groovers put me down easy i want to go back home

51. Ben Webster
52. Eddie Harris
53. Bobby Keys
54. Richard Elliott
55. Chris Potter
56. Kirk Whalum
57. Dave Koz
58. Wilton Felder
59. Lee Konitz
60. Eric Marienthal
61. Gene Ammons
62. John Surman
63. Arnett Cobb
64. Lee Allen
65. Pete Christlieb
66. Sonny Fortune
67. Clarence Clemons
68. Plas Johnson
69. Harold Land
70. David Sanchez
71. Bud Shank
72. Big Jay McNeely
73. Lou Donaldson
74. Branford Marsalis
75. Alvin 'Red' Tyler
76. Yusef Lateef
77. Sonny Simmons
78. Nat Simpkins
79. Archie Shepp
80. Willis Jackson
81. Maxwell Davis
82. Joe Houston
83. Louis Jordan
84. John Zorn
85. Richie Cole
86. Hank Crawford

87. Billy Harper
88. Earl Bostic
89. George Coleman
90. Dave Liebman
91. Lenny Pickett
92. Lucky Thompson
93. John Gilmore
94. Red Prysock
95. "Daddy" Gene Barge
96. Zoot Sims
97. Brandon Fields
98. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis
99. Jimmy Forrest
100. Sam Rivers

Oct. 31, 2017 (Program No. 1,032)
Atlantic City Soul — Boogaloo Joe Jones
Ninety-Eight Cents Plus Tax — Detroit City Limits
The Bird Wave — Jimmy McGriff
Golden Road — Zero
Lift — West End Blend
Too Heavy — West End Blend
Cleo’s Back — Tower of Power
Bad on Bad — Chet Ivey & His Fabulous Avengers
Madhi (The Expected One) — Tower of Power
Chocolate Cherry — Joe Tex Band
John Mundy Interview
Attitude — West End Blend
Use Me — Bill Withers
Elijah Rockin’ With Soul — Hank Jacobs
In Time — West End Blend
**Notes: West End Blend’s new album, Attitude ,
is debuted.

NOTE: I added an alternate laser shield. See step 13 for information and Eagly CAD layout.

After I managed to get my prototype breadboard running successfully some sample g-code I went on to create a PCB.
Never have done such a thing before but I am a  chemical laboratory assistant and chemicals do not raise fear in me.

Again I used Groovers lasershield layout . It comes in EagleCAD format.

I mirror printed the layout on ordinary paper and glued it to a photosensitive copper board and used my dremel clone to drill the holes. As I do not have a fancy exposure timer I took some alcohol and removed the protective varnish.
With a overhead projector pen and a ruler I traced the layout by hand. This pen gave a very nice shiny trace.
I also tried to use a thin permanent marker (acid-resistant / Edding 400 in Germany) but the result was a thick ugly line.
Although with the overhead pen I just needed to draw the trace once and not several times to get a nice coating.

To etch the layout I used Fe(III)Cl. Don't like the other stuff that is available. They could vaporate, they stink and stuff that contains peroxid can explode when kept in sealed bottles. So Fe(III)Cl is the most convenient solution to store and dispose.

Nevertheless : !! Don't pour it down the drain !! It is going eat your drainpipe if it is made from copper and it will definitely kill all the little usefull bacteria in your local sewage disposal facility.

Twas the Night before Christmas , and at the North Pole, Santa's sleigh was packed tight, reindeer ready to go. When out in the snow, there arose such a clatter,